Specific Relief May Be Granted in Interdict Proceedings

Orders of the Day — Court of Session Bill [Lords] – in the House of Commons at 12:49 am on 11th July 1988.

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'Where a respondent in any application or proceedings in the Court, whether before or after the institution of such proceedings or application, has done any act which the Court might have prohibited by interdict, the Court may ordain the respondent to perform any act which may be necessary for reinstating the petitioner in his possessory right, or for granting specific relief against the illegal act complained of.'.—[Lord James Douglas-Hamilton.]

Brought up, read the First and Second time, and added to the Bill.

Schedule 1 agreed to.